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Government proposes second young-driver pilot program
Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration furthers efforts to expand pool of qualified interstate commercial truck drivers with proposed pilot program aimed at non-military young drivers.
Trade experts counsel measured response to China tariffs
Warning there may be more pain ahead, speakers at an international trade conference offered do's and don'ts for mitigating the impact of higher tariffs on Chinese goods.
The logistics world's Groundhog Day
Bill Murray would fit right in as the industry keeps grappling with the same issues over and over and over ...
ATA says it will continue to fight Rhode Island truck tolls
Association says it will appeal recent court decision to dismiss its suit challenging the state's truck-only tolls.
Infrastructure a top priority, legislator says
There's a sense of urgency in Washington to move on infrastructure improvements, but much work remains to be done, Rep. Drew Ferguson (R-GA) tells industry conference.
OOIDA will use nearly $1 million federal grant to help Midwest truckers reduce pollution
Program aligns with EPA's Cleaner Trucks Initiative supported by Cummins, Diesel Technology Forum, and Truck and Engine Manufacturers Association.
Fritos, aluminum, and unintended consequences
No man is an island. Nor is any snack food—at least in today's interconnected supply chain world.
Coming together for road safety: interview with Joshua Girard
A private-sector group called "Together for Safer Roads" wants to keep global roads accident-free. Joshua Girard of AB InBev explains how the corporate world is pitching in to do this.
Throwing out the babies with the bathwater
President Trump is bent on strong-arming the Chinese on trade, even if it means breaking the arms of those he purports to help.
Trade wars will mean supply chain pain
In its attempt to bring China to heel, the administration could do great harm to U.S. importers and their supply chain partners.

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